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David L. Dodd was a colleague of Benjamin Graham's at Columbia University, where he was an assistant professor of finance. Benjamin Graham taught at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business from 1928 through 1957.

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Vedertaget namn
Graham, Benjamin
Andra namn
Grossbaum, Benjamin
Födelsedag
1894-05-09
Avled
1976-09-21
Kön
male
Nationalitet
USA
Födelseort
London, England, UK
Dödsort
Aix-en-Provence, France

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Most of the reviews I’ve read about the book only scratch the surface. Let me tell you this: this is the single source of investing guide you ever need.

That sounds like a bold statement, right? Obviously, there’s a catch. You need to read the book, cover to cover, appendices, commentaries, notes and all.

Benjamin Graham offers sufficient guidelines to start investing successfully, you just have to pay attention.

By reading all the references and all the comments (by the author or by Jason Zweig) you will learn everything there is to learn for: EPS, P/E, P/B, debt to equity, current ratio, dillution of stocks, financial statements shenanigans and much more.

I honestly dread every blog post and every reviewer who just resumes Benjamin Graham to: magic formula, Mr Market and market timing. He is about much more and you’ll soon find out how much false information there is online, by the sites that empower a magic formula or by those who twist his words.

In short, I honestly think The Intelligent Investor is a book that is a come-back book when re-calibrating or reviewing investment decisions.


Mentions: I have also read “The Interpretation of Financial statements” in parallel and also have a degree in basic accounting, so I might have found some info more comprehensible.
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gabrielrondelli | 35 andra recensioner | Jun 2, 2024 |
Don't know how to rate a book like this: it won't appeal to everyone but it was exactly what I was looking for -- something like "stock investing from first principles". The main text of this book was last updated in 1972, but this edition includes 2003 commentary from Jason Zweig. Helpful to get a long view into how stock and bond markets operates over long periods of time. Lots of the advice (esp bond advice) is US-specific. Main thesis is: don't put money into stocks based on your expectations of future market prices, buy stocks as if you were buying a tiny chunk of the company. When doing so, buy stocks that are obviously underpriced compared to value, because then there's more room for something to go wrong. It's got one or two good fundamental ideas, and then proceeds to apply and unpack those as they apply to various situations. It's mostly well written and pretty engaging.… (mer)
 
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capnfabs | 35 andra recensioner | Mar 9, 2024 |
Explains value investing in detail, with other generic financial concepts about stock markets, securities, market psychology, inflation etc. You'll learn:
• The stock market’s history over 100 years, with key lessons on market psychology, stock price movements, and how to maximize returns over the long run.
• The core principles and concepts of value investing, including: real returns after inflation, the difference between investment and speculation, and why/how to mitigate emotional impulses that could lead to bad investments.
• The 2 main investment pathways (Defensive vs Enterprising), and the strategies/practices associated with each.
• How to analyze securities (stocks, bonds and derivatives) and other investment insights, such as: considerations for other financial tools, engaging professional advice, and dividend policy.

Book summary at: https://readingraphics.com/book-summary-the-intelligent-investor/
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AngelaLamHF | 35 andra recensioner | Nov 1, 2023 |
People say it is the greatest value investing book of all time. I don't disagree, although I did enjoy Poor Charlie's Almanac slightly more. The book is content-heavy, so I'd recommend watching The Swedish Investor's video summary or finding a detailed summary on reddit.
 
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siamm | 35 andra recensioner | Aug 20, 2023 |

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